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hardware scaling

(1) Increasing or decreasing the number of servers in a datacenter.

(2) Increasing or decreasing the size of a video frame by performing the operation within the circuits of the computer or TV. See video accelerator and scale.
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Unlike competitive solutions which do not offer hardware scaling capability, only PhysX technology can leverage the best of both CPU and GPU architectures to deliver the ultimate, immersive, end user experience.